Make a Successful Organic Garden

If you are growing your own fruits and vegetables the best choice is to make an organic garden. It doesn't require more work or more money and it will yield the same, if not more, fruits and vegetables than a non-organic garden would. Plus, you'll be feeding yourself and your family only the best foods that will help their health, not harm it. If you are starting a garden from scratch, the first step is to make raised beds that are full of good earth and other compost materials like dead leaves, manure, and wood chips.
Now you can plant your favorite fruits and vegetables and work to keep the weeds out (tip: use old newspaper spread out over a weedy area, the lack of sunlight will kill them. Another important tip for organic gardening is to put companion plants next to each other. Companion plants are mutually beneficial, one may help to get rid of pesky bugs or to add nutrients to the soil. When it comes to irrigation the top choice is to use a natural water source, like buckets of rain water collected from the roof, or a pond. The plants should be watered using a drip irrigation system, which is the most energy efficient and cost-effective.

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